Monographie

WY 152 W926n (disponible) - Monographie
Working with older people and their families / ed. NOLAN, Mike ; ed. DAVIES, Sue ; ed. GRANT, Gordon.
Maidenhead, England : Open University Press, 2001, xi, 228 p.


Mots-clés principaux
:
Services et soins gérontologiques et gériatriques
Angleterre
Approche centrée sur la personne

Mots-clés secondaires : Proche aidant ; Besoins ; Continuité des soins ; Déficience intellectuelle ; Empowerment ; Fin de la vie ; Personne âgée fragile ; Promotion de la santé ; Qualité des soins et services ; Qualité de vie ; Réadaptation ; Santé mentale ; Services intégrés pour personnes âgées ; Soins de courte durée ; Soins palliatifs

Résumé :

Addressing the needs of older people and their carers is an essential element of both policy and practice in the fields of health and social care. Recent developments promote a partnership and empowerment model, in which the notion of "person-centred" care figures prominently. However, what "person-centred" care means and how it can be achieved is far from clear. This volume combines extensive reviews of specialist literatures with empirical data in an attempt at a synthesis of themes about making a reality of "person-centred" care. It seeks to unite the perspectives of older people, family and professional carers in promoting a genuinely holistic approach to the challenges of an ageing society.
Table of Contents

The changing face of health and social care
Quality of life, quality of care
Who's the expert
redefining lay and professional relationships
Acute and rehabilitative care for older people
Community care
The care needs of older people and family care-givers in continuing care settings
Palliative care and older people
The mental health needs of older people and their carers
exploring tensions and new directions
Older people with learning disabilities, health, community inclusion and family caregiving
Integrating perspectives
Appendix 1
Literature review: Methodology
Bibliography
Index.

Langue : Anglais
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : MONO
Doc n° : 17229 ISBN / ISSN : 0335205607
NumRec : 1722903
 

       

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